[Agora Deposit] E 18:5: Cistern

Ancient fill in cistern tunnel leading to north; contained undisturbed fill which produced late Hellenistic sherds; it had been refilled in modern times ... 2nd c. B.C ... Cistern

[Agora Deposit] F 18:1: Well

Very little pottery and mainly broken tiles in this well, all mixed from Hellenistic to Early Byzantine (nbp. 1441) ... 25 May-1 June 1939 ... Well

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[Agora Deposit] B 21:7: Inhumation, probably of a female

Grave X in notebook = RSY Grave 14. PD 731-g ... Ca. 525-500 B.C ... B 21:7 ... B 21:7

[Agora Deposit] N 20:1.1: Dumped filling

Containers 1-14. Very fragmentary pottery. Some material earlier than late 1st c. A.D. Coins: 10 May 1939 #4-#5 11 May 1939 #4-#9 12 May 1939 #5 15 May 1939 #7-#9 17 May 1939 #1-#2 23 May 1939 #1 ... Late 1st c. A.D ... Dumped filling

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[Agora Deposit] B 21:19: Cremation, Sacrificial Pit II

Sacrificial Pit II in notebook = RSY Grave 7 ... Ca. 540 B.C ... B 21:19 ... B 21:19

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[Agora Deposit] B 21:20: Cremation, Sacrificial Pit III

Sacrificial Pit III in notebook = RSY Grave 6 ... Ca. 550-530 B.C ... B 21:20 ... B 21:20

[Agora Deposit] N 20:1.2: POU

Containers 15-37. Masses of pots, largely water jars; fragments of Pergamene; Samian B; brittle ware; ER unguentaria. The following finds on deposit list as bottom fill (.2) are from depths of level .1: ... First half of 1st c. A.D ... POU

[Agora Deposit] D 18:1: Well

Late Roman, perhaps as late as 7th c., but excavator noted small amount of material made close dating impossible throughout. Nbpp. 2448-2449: The fill of this well throughout is mixed and there are numerous ... Early to Late Roman ... D 18:1 ... D 18:1